Argentinian setter for Virtus Aversa also branded Wow Green House this year. A coup in the dribble scored by the president Sergio Di Meo and the sporting director Alberico Vitullo: signing for the Norman colors Fernando Gabriel Garnica who will already be in Aversa in the next few days before then meeting the new coach Giacomo Tomasello and therefore working for the team It’s an exciting season (just note the strong diagonal). For everyone, Fefè, a setter born in Buenos Aires (but with an Italian passport), has played for the Delta Group Porto Viro in the last two years, and before that he had dragged Reggio Emilia to victory in the Del Monte Coppa Italia and in the Serie A2 Credem Banca playoffs, bringing his team to the Super League.

Born in 1980, 190 centimeters tall and a truly important wealth of technique, experience and charisma. Raised in the River Plate youth academy in Buenos Aires, Garnica completed his youth career in Italy, among the ranks of Volley Brolo. After a first taste of Serie A1 in 2003/2004 in Gioia del Colle, he continued his maturation with three consecutive seasons of B1, the last of which, in Avellino, earned him a return ticket to Serie A. In 2007/2004 In 2008 he played in A2 with the Irpinia team, then moved to Ravenna in B1, where he repeated the “formula”: promotion and the following season in A2.

In 2010 the first passage of his career in Reggio Emilia, the following year he was in Santa Croce (always in A2), then a two-year period in the top Swiss championship, in Lugano (2012-2014), before returning to our local B1 ( Segrate and Corigliano). In 2016-2017 he went to Castellana Grotte in A2 and led the Apulians to promotion to the Super League, playing it as a protagonist the following year. Since 2018 he has supported Bergamo’s cause in A2 by winning an Italian Cup, in 2020 he returns to Castellana, in 2021 he takes another dive into the past, this time in Reggio Emilia, where he writes the history of Volley Tricolore with the extraordinary cup-promotion double.

“The company immediately showed great interest, they were the first to ask for information and explain the project to me for this year and the next. The management accepted all the requests of me, my wife and my family. A two-year contract is really important for us, I informed myself with Bruno (Canuto ed., together with Castellana) and I also had excellent feedback on the away games. With Tommaso we also played together for a year and all the fundamental elements are there to have a splendid season. It certainly won’t be obvious, but the warmth of Campania and the fans will be our added weapon. We hope to always see PalaJacazzi sold out. The work will bear fruit.”